Category: Eating Out Reviews

Welcome to our Bristol dining and eating out reviews section featuring find honest independent reviews and reports from our own journalist’s. did you know you can also write your own reviews for venues featured on Whats on Bristol. Simply visit the page of the venue you want to review and click ‘Leave a Review’. all reviews are moderated and so will not ‘go live’ instantly.

Oct 30
Starlings, Queen’s Road, Bristol, Review

Starlings isn’t just for breakfast but hosts a number of intriguing events: “singles mingling drinks evening” (sadly we didn’t meet any of the criteria, not single and way out of the age range of 22-32 years old), “Greenhouse Plant-based kitchen supper” and “Rino Di Donato Italian/Japanese Fusion Supper Club” – who knew such a thing […]

Oct 19
Pata Negra Pop-Up Kitchen At Bambalan Review

Listen up, exciting news is out there : Bristol’s longtime favourite wine and tapas bar, Pata Negra, which was sadly missed is being brought to life again for a six week pop-up kitchen at Bambalan. Todd Francis the executive chef is giving us the chance to go down memory lane and revisit old favourites alongside […]

Aug 18
Harbour House, The Grove, Bristol Review

Harbour House occupies an enviable position on the stretch of waterfront overlooking the harbour, its terrace in sight of the magnificent spire of St May Redcliffe, and opposite the pastel dappled colours of the serene Georgian terrace at Redcliffe Parade. Naturally there’s a nautical feel about the place but it has a vibe of being […]

Aug 15
Welcome to Whats on Summer Days Out Magazine 2023

Welcome to Whats on Summer Days Out Magazine 2023 Within this edition there are lots of days out attractions to visit during the Summer school holidays. Packed cover to cover with the best attractions that the West Country has to offer

Jul 31
Tortworth Court, Tipi Review

The grounds at Tortworth Court are spectacular, beautifully manicured and laid out, sweeping away from the grand building of the hotel; it’s a pleasure to take a seat at one of the umbrella-shaded outside tables for an early evening tipple, and just for fun pretend it’s all yours for that moment. The aptly named Tipi […]

Jul 13
The Crown At Regil, Winford, Review

A free house, the Crown is the essence of a traditional country pub that has stood the test of time, no bland corporate makeovers and intrusive music, just comforting original features, beamed ceilings, flagstone floors, interesting nooks and crannies housing long-collected china jugs, all aimed at making you feel at home. The pub is run […]

Jun 15
Doubletree By Hilton, The Kiln Restaurant, Bristol Review

Before the hotel was but a twinkle in the eye of a 1970’s developer, the brick coned kilns synonymous with the manufacture of Bristol’s famous blue glass stood on the site. Unusually for the time, a decision was made to incorporate one into the hotel building and create within it a unique restaurant which some […]

May 24
Muse Brasserie, Prince Street, Bristol Review

There’s an interesting story behind the creation of the Muse Brasserie : many years ago a Parisian chef, Frank Grillet, was travelling in India and met Chef Pramod, both were passionate about creative cooking and finding dishes that inspired rather than bored their customers and so a fusion between French and Indian culinary skills was […]

Apr 24
Estrella De Tapas – Whiteladies Road Review

Newly opened, and just in time for summer with its lovely terrace, windowed with a roof that can be rolled back, Estrella de Tapas is a fresh experience in tapas served with a smile and a warm welcome. Tapas is a great idea for a different way of eating imported from sunnier climes than ours, […]

Mar 24
Talwar Express, Bristol Review

Talwar Express really is the newest kid on the block for Indian street food and delicious curries having opened in February, tucked on the corner of St Augustine’s Parade. It’s perfect for a pre-theatre light meal being close to the Hippodrome and the Bristol Beacon, and of course their menu is available for takeaways. Indian […]